Trump, Carson tout covid-19 treatments as lifesavers. But regular people find them harder to get.

Frustrated doctors say they have had to ration the drugs because of short supply. “How on earth do I decide?” asks one doctor. Health

First 6.4 million doses of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine could go out in mid-December

More doses will be available each week as manufacturing ramps up, with health-care personnel at the head of the line to get shots, officials say Health

‘Thanksgiving leftovers won’t taste as good if you’re on a ventilator,’ health department warns

The public health messages from authorities in Salt Lake County, Utah, come as officials nationwide urge people to stay home to stop the spread of the virus. Health

Officials tell public to stay home to stop the spread of covid. But is anyone listening?

Governors, mayors impose dozens of new coronavirus restrictions that experts say may be too little, too late. Health

Hundreds of new genomes help fill the bird ‘tree of life’

Avian genetic tool kits could let scientists unravel 150 million years of evolutionary history. Health

Coronavirus vaccines face trust gap in Black and Latino communities, study finds

Other recent studies have also pointed to vaccine hesitancy in communities of color, but Monday’s survey delved deeper into the reasons, polling respondents on a spectrum of questions to get at the roots of their distrust. Health